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Scott and Katy’s wedding on Pender Island was nonstop laughter and fun. I am lucky to be friends with the bride and groom, and was thrilled when they asked me to photograph their special day.
Scott is known as a legendary party planner, and with Katy now part of the equation, they make an incredible team. Their choice of location, The Timbers on Pender, was stunning and created a magical backdrop to an unforgettable day. Every detail of their wedding included a personal touch; from the custom designed engagement ring, to the wedding favors now growing in each guest’s garden.
Photos with Scott always include a glimpse into his family history and his wedding day was no exception to the rule. I love the memories and stories woven into the background of each photo taken during our adventure around the island.
The wedding day ended with a live band and some spectacular dancing. This couple has an amazing network of family and friends, the most important elements for one amazing celebration.
It was the perfect weekend to celebrate the love of two fabulous people!
There has been a sad lack of updates to my blog over the past year. This is not for lack of activity. So, for those of you that have missed my Facebook updates or don’t follow me on Twitter or Instagram, I am going to attempt to bring things up to date.
Since my last post there has been a lot of fun activities in the Razzle B Photography world; a wedding (or two), engagements, reunions, back to school fun, awesome events, karaoke, food, running around with pets, and some fun celebrations of family love. I have met some incredible new people, shed some tears, been inspired, seen some new places, reconnected with old friends, and have laughed a lot.
Here is a sneak preview of some of my highlights.
One of my favorite things about developing my photography career is the opportunity to witness and participate in new and unique experiences.
Capturing the 10th anniversary of Urasenke Nagomi Tea Circle Victoria was definitely a highlight. The Japanese tea ceremonies are full of beauty and tradition. Each turn of the hand, every utensil, each interaction between host and guest all have meaning and a cultural significance. Watching the students prepare methodically for their day, I was impressed with their dedication and commitment to each step of the ceremony and the world it represents.
One of the things I heard repeatedly throughout the day was the importance of each step in the ceremony as a way for the host to keep their focus; to settle their mind to the tasks at hand. This aspect of the ceremony; the quiet, dedication and meditation, was shared between both the participants and observers. I left the day with a calm heart, refreshed for new adventures.
A huge thanks goes out to all of the members of the Urasenke Nagomi Tea Circle Victoria, the Inn at Laurel Point and the many guests participating in the celebration for their willingness to allowing me a unique perspective and outlook on a beautiful tradition.